This past week marked the long running revival of Chicago The Musical's 24th Anniversary of its Broadway debut. Despite this current crazy time in the world, it hasn't stop the company from still having a RAZZLE DAZZLE celebration.

During this time of being creative, 150 cast members BOTH past and present (along with the show's legendary orchestra) in the Broadway and International companies have all joined forces for a benefit virtual performance of the show's legendary opening number ALL THAT JAZZ. Several notable faces you might recognize include a full lineup from former "Velma Kelly's", to former "Roxie Harts", and former "Billy Flynn's" including….

David Hasselhoff,
UTE LEMPER,
Amra-Faye Wright.
Sally Ann Triplet,
Debbie Kurup,
Bonnie Langford,
Paige Davis,
and so much more.

This virtual performance from CHICAGO is supporting the MAD (Make A Difference) Trust. This organization is to help raise money in providing emergency relief for the theatre community during the current theatre shutdown. It supports everyone from performers, technicians, front of house staff, creatives, production staff, theatre administration and support staff. This year has truly been rough especially for many artists currently out of work.

CHICAGO holds the record of being the 2nd longest running show in Broadway History and is the 1st Longest Running American Musical in Broadway History. Be sure to see it when it returns to our New York backyard at the Ambassador Theatre and everywhere around the world. when Live Theater resumes in 2021.

How RAZZLE DAZZLE was that virtual performance?!

VIDEO: Ute Lemper, Sally Ann Triplet, David Hasselhoff, and More Perform ‘All That Jazz’ in Honor of CHICAGO’s 24th Anniversary

Featuring over 150 performers and musicians, reunited from across the world to present a truly unique, memorable and breath-taking performance of ALL THAT JAZZ from the legendary Kander and Ebb musical, CHICAGO.

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